04/26/11 74 W, 1 I - + 8 - 2 More Fleet Photos of Task Force 8


Continuing the posting of a prior week, another set of fleet photos of NC USAR Task Force 8 has been posted by photographer (and FireNews Editor-in-Chief) Jeff Harkey. They include this shot that's been heavily processed for cleaner background and foreground details. Harley's photos also include posed shots of each unit and on both sides. How cool is that? See the entire set of photos.
 


Jeff Harkey photo





Very impressive fleet! And to think this is only 1 of 11 task forces in North Carolina. Says a lot about North Carolinas preparedness.
AB - 04/26/11 - 21:48

NC USAR Type I Teams

NC USAR TF 3 – Charlotte Fire Department
NC USAR TF 8 – Raleigh Fire Department, Cary Fire Department, Chapel Hill Fire Department, Durham Fire Department, Wake County EMS

NC USAR Type II Teams

NC USAR TF 6 – Greensboro Fire Department
NC USAR TF 10 – Greenville Fire/Rescue Department

NC USAR Type III Teams:

NC USAR TF 4 – Troutman Fire Department, NCTF-1 Inc., Apex Fire Department, Morrisville Fire department.
NC USAR TF 5 – Thomasville Rescue Squad
NC USAR TF 9 – Lumberton Emergency Rescue Unit Inc., Fayetteville Fire Department, Cumberland County EMS and Sheriff’s Office.
NC USAR TF 11 – New Hanover County Emergency Management, New Hanover County Fire Department, Wilmington Fire Department

NC USAR Type IV Teams

NC USAR TF 1 – Swain County Emergency Management
NC USAR TF 2 – Buncombe County Emergency Management
NC USAR TF 7 – Ash-Rand Rescue Squad and EMS Inc.

Source: http://www.nccrimecontrol.org/Index2.cfm..
Legeros - 04/26/11 - 21:50

Would be awesome if all the of the equipment could be in one place to get a state photo. Same goes for all of the state SMAT equipment. I know Wake Med has an elaborate fleet.
AB - 04/26/11 - 22:03

SMAT I team – Winston-Salem
SMAT II teams – Eight teams, in Wake Forest, Wilmington, Asheville, Charlotte, Durham, Raleigh, Greenville
SMAT III teams – Twenty-nine teams, all over the place

http://smrs.emspic.org/index.php?option=..
Legeros - 04/27/11 - 07:10

In addition to SMAT but similar in mission objective is Carolinas Medical Center’s MED-1. It deploys as a self sustainable 150+ bed trauma center. It has recently aligned with NC SMAT. I have had to opportunity to work with their staff and help show it’s capabilities to the public. A very impressive commodity and another something NC should be proud to own.

http://www.carolinasmed-1.org/
Wallace - 04/27/11 - 08:44

Sounds the makings of a fine expanding blog thread! Now if can list the other regional teams as such. Haz-Mat RRT. Others?
LJM - 04/27/11 - 08:56

and don’t forget the 7 HazMat Regional Response Teams… they have been in operation for at least 15 years or more, right?
Steven (Email) - 04/27/11 - 15:55



  
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